Jablite is the UK's largest producer of EPS products for insulation and civil engineering applications

Quickfloor Infill

Overview

Jablite Quickfloor is a BBA-certified insulation that is laid between pre-cast concrete beams. Its interlocking panels are designed to prevent cold bridging.

Quickfloor is designed to match the concrete beam used in the floor system and can be installed installed quickly and easily enabling earlier follow-on for other trades.

No specialist Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) is required for handling for installing Quickfloor and it can laid in wet conditions.

Key Benefits
  • BBA (British Board of Agrément) accredited, certificate 14/5094
  • Meets Part L of the Building Regulations
  • Achieves U-values as low as 0.10 (W/m²K)
  • Flood proof and durable
  • Jablite Tidy Joint™ caters for double, triple and quadruple beams
  • Requires less brickwork than insulation over beam and block
  • Can be used in domestic, residential and commercial buildings
Downloads & Specifications
Quickfloor Infill

BBA Certificates and other supporting documents can be found in Technical Resources

Technical Resources
Technical information
Product specification

Jablite Quickfloor insulation is supplied:

Panel Length 1220 mm
Thickness 228mm, 244mm, 282mm, 331mm, 378mm
Toe Widths Can be tailored to meet precise U-value requirements.
Void Depth 150mm*
 Fire retardent  Class E fire retardant additive if required

 

 

Thermal Conductivity

Jablite Quickfloor 0.038 (white)
Jablite Quickfloor Premium 0.032 (grey)

 

Jablite Quickfloor is manufactured and CE mark tested in line with BS EN 15037-4:2010 Part 4: Expanded Polystyrene Blocks.

Typical panel sizes are 540mm x 1220mm to fit concrete beams set at 600mm centres.

 

 

Applications

FAQ
+Does Jablite manufacture to ISO 14001?
Yes, Jablite is certified to the BS EN ISO 14001 Environmental Management System standard.
+How can I avoid condensation?
Condensation can be controlled with the following methods: A vapour control layer - a material with a high resistance to passage of water vapour e.g. polyethylene membrane to stop moisture reaching the cold side of the insulation - where it could meet cold air and condense. Ventilation - a ventilated cavity is left on the cold side of the insulation. Any vapour reaching the area quickly dissipates before it can condense. Careful design can minimise condensation risk.
+What is the Global Warming Potential of Jablite EPS?
Jablite EPS has a Global Warming Potential of less than 5.